Self-discipline involves me setting priorities that ultimately determine my choices and then directs my behavior.
The habit in the small things becomes ones character in the big things.
Coming to Harrisburg, Pa is the 2016 Business/Leadership Summit (BLS) on Nov. 4-5. Proven leadership from government, business, and community will be educating participants on how they built success on the foundation of the Golden Rule ethic. Throughout the next week will flow information on hotel link (which is up and running), airport information, transportation, … Continue reading Business Leadership Summit
Some people thrive off of division, strife, and the so-called struggle of issues confronting a nation or nations. Leaders of movements sometimes are not looking for real solutions because a solution would spell the end of their importance, financial means, and power. As long as there is a problem, they are needed and can prostitute … Continue reading Leadership without Exploitation
People are not as concerned with our titles or how intelligent we are as they are with how much we care.
What is Political Correctness? It is a form of tyranny that attempts to silence all voices of opposition to one’s ideas, opinions, and forms of expression. It is the enemy of free speech. It is the brainchild of a selfish power hungry few to protect themselves from values, absolute truth, and being confronted by truth. … Continue reading The Silence of Freedom
When you put someone in the right environment there is no end to the possibilities.
Congratulations to the distinguished recipients of the Golden Rule @ the Northern Kentucky University today. From L to R - Monte L (Von) Rovekamp, Dr. James Marocco, Ntshengedzeni Alfred Nevhutanda, Zakia D L. McKinny, Bob Rogers, and Walter Hallam. Among these 6 are well a known philanthropist, member of the presidential cabinet of South … Continue reading Golden Rule in Northern Kentucky
I have noticed that there are a lot of good intentions in improving nations, but little effect is felt from those intentions. You will hear those intentions encapsulated in phrases like: => this policy will eradicate poverty => government corruption now will end => our transportation infrastructure is going to improve => this will pave … Continue reading Good Intentions Meaningless w/out Conviction
Don’t give past failures the power to neutralize your future successes. Don’t abort possibilities and goals by building monuments to past experiences that brought no reward.